Pin Diode Switches

Mi-Wave’s 911 Series Pin Diode Switches or MMIC switch is a SPST (912 Series is SPDT) reflective switch that combines low loss, high isolation performance with an tegra TTL driver in a compact package . Various driver options are available in higher isolation versions up to 60 dB . These switches can also be supplied without drivers . For higher speed applications, the 911 Series Switches feature an excellent on/off ratio and a 10% bandwidth . Integral drivers are standard with various driver options available.

Various pin diode switches available like:








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pin diode switches
sp8t switch


60 – 90 GHz, 8-Way High Speed Switch, SP8T

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sp12t switch


10-Way High Speed Switch, SP10T

sp4t switch


4-Way High Speed Switch, SP4T

sp2t switch


2-Way High Speed Switch, SPDT

Custom RF Products

Other & Custom Available

We offer many more standard products than what is listed here. Please contact us if your requirement is different than what is listed here.

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How to Order & Custom Products

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Custom & Stock Pin Diode Switches

If you are looking for quality pin diode switches, then use  Millimeter wave products Inc. We we specialize in manufacturing the highest quality pin diode switches for many needs.

We can manufacture to any custom size or specification, please consult Mi-Wave for further information.

What is a Pin Diode Switch?

The PIN diode is a special diode which can be configured and used as an RF switch. It has a wide, intrinsic semiconductor region sandwiched between a p-type semiconductor and an n-type semiconductor region, hence the PIN designation in its name. This is unlike a standard diode which has no intrinsic region.

What is a PIN Diode Switch?